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Architect Winy Maas on his design for Valley

Architect Winy Maas is not pulling any punches: the design for Valley also includes a critique of the classic Zuidas. ‘The reflective glass panels are a reference to the inaccessible Zuidas of old. The green valley that breaks through, that represents the Zuidas of the future.’
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Laying the groundwork for the new Ravel residential area

The word ‘avenue’ probably conjures up an image of tall trees and elegant houses. The newest avenue to be created in Zuidas – Maurice Ravellaan – still has a long way to go before it looks like that, but the first work has already begun. Ravellaan will be the principal road serving the new Ravel residential area.
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Ravel residential district comes another step closer

By 2025, the place where AFC footballers are currently still kicking a ball around on Plot A will be the site of an eye-catching new development, with around 70 family homes in the mid-market sector. Starting on 26 March 2021, parties can submit tenders on TenderNed. This marks the first step in the realisation of the Ravel residential district
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Five views on zoning plan for Ravel residential district

Five responses (referred to as views) have been submitted in response to the draft zoning plan for the new Ravel residential district. The plan was open for consultation for six weeks starting from 24 December 2020. So, what happens next?
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Zuidas ready for Valley

‘A decade ago, Zuidas was not quite ready for Valley. Now, it is.’ These are the words of Boudewijn Ruitenburg, Chief Operating Officer at EDGE, the developer behind the project that will be completed in late summer 2021.
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Demolition work starts on old AFC clubhouse

The relocation of Goed Genoeg sports park, with AFC as its main tenant, is almost complete. There is just one more pitch to be relocated. The old clubhouse also needs to be demolished. Work on that started on 20 January 2021. It's a bitter-sweet moment.